The analytics of the New Keynesian 3-equation Model
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- Jean-Christophe Poutineau & Karolina Sobczak & Gauthier Vermandel, 2015.
"The analytics of the New Keynesian 3-equation Model
[Analyses du modèle à 3 équations de la Nouvelle Macroéconomie Keynésienne]," Working Papers hal-01194642, HAL.
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Keywordsdynamic IS curve; impulse response analysis; New Keynesian Macro-economics; New Keynesian Phillips Curve; output gap; Taylor rule;
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